Adapting to new innovative spaces and new ways of learning can be a daunting task for teachers and administrators. Even after a long planning and design process to define both the new curriculum and how the spaces will be used. Read about how one school community expanded learning together.
In this podcast by EdNorth.org, Randy explores his vision about the future of learning and education environments.
Pathfinders are small-scale, relatively inexpensive prototypes of the kind of innovative, flexible learning environments envisioned for the future of the school. Learn about how these projects are being used for a whole-school transformation.
How a school district’s commitment to individualized, project-based learning and community engagement and improvement created a shared STEM space.
Cranston Public School District in Rhode Island recently faced this reality: the majority of their schools were well beyond their serviceable life and were designed for learning in the Industrial Age. Learn about the solution here.